Feb 28 2011
Are you guys noticing a trend lately? I’m finding that most of my favorite shows on TV right now aren’t on the same networks they used to be. Sure, I’ll tune in for NBC’s Thursday comedy line-up, but for actual drama that isn’t CSI, L&O or NCIS related, I’m turning to networks like AMC, FX, HBO and Showtime.
One of the crown jewels of scripted drama these days is Breaking Bad, where Bryan Cranston plays a chemistry teacher who cooks meth. It’s a gritty show. but what happens when you force it into the confines of a network with far less tolerance for R-rated material? Check out the video above to find out.
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